According to the hotel, the architecture and interior of the new site has been designed to reflect the history of Cambridge, including windows featured in the reception with “natural” wood finishes.
The 150 guest rooms offer a courtyard view, 30 of which are “deluxe” rooms, set to include amenities such as a television and an alarm clock featuring bluetooth capabilities and bathroom provisions.
Whilst marking the debut of Hyatt Centric in the UK, the site also represents the 10th Hyatt hotel to open in the UK, reportedly showcasing Hyatt’s “strength” and “continued growth” in the region.
The latest hotel will offer four dining options featuring a “diverse” mix of international foods from “local” produce and a coffee shop set to open with a selection of baked goods, coffee from Saint Espresso, as well as juices and smoothies.
The hotel is also set to feature a fitness center and a conference and events room for up to 50 people.
Martin Newbould, general manager at Hyatt Centric Cambridge, said: “We are thrilled to open the doors of Hyatt Centric Cambridge. We are excited for our guests to enjoy the hotel’s array of facilities including our distinct bar, restaurant and coffee shop, which offer savvy travellers share-worthy experiences.”